‘Even Atheists Praise God,’ Says Author of New Book

Author Kenneth Wayne Hancock says that he has uncovered a Biblical secret. Everyone, including atheists and agnostics, is extolling God when they say the word “Hallelujah.”

He was reading Psalm 150:1 and noticed a footnote to the words “Praise the LORD.” It read, “Hebrew Hallelu Yah.” Intrigued, he looked both words up in several sources. Hallelu means “Praise.” Yah is the “name of the God of Israel” (“Yah” Wiki).

“I have heard and spoken the word ‘Hallelujah’ all my life,” Hancock said. “It is in hymns, pop music, movies, books and everyday speech. But no one ever told me what the word meant. We have been saying ‘Praise Yah” and did not even know it.”

Hancock said that this knowledge is a key that will help millions unlock even more Biblical mysteries. “God’s Hebrew name is important like our own names are important to us. The knowledge of His name was once a hidden secret,” Hancock said. “But God gets the last laugh. Even atheists are praising Him.”

Hancock shares more on this in his latest book, “The Eleventh Commandment.” Free promotional copies with free shipping are available to the public. To receive a copy, visit his website: https://immortalityroad.wordpress.com.

After serving in Vietnam, Hancock was a missionary in Mexico and Turkey. There he explored Mt. Ararat in search of Noah’s Ark. He taught 30 years at both college and secondary levels. He is founder of the non-profit Manchild Publishing. He is the author of “The Royal Destiny” and “The Unveiling of the Sons of God” among others.

(SOURCE: Manchild Publishing)

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